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[texts]Can vegetables, fruit and the Kaiser too
Three jars pictured against a tin can; small jars are labeled "Tomatoes" and "Peas"; larger jar in the middle labeled "Monarch Brand Unsweetened" shows the Kaiser’s head in the jar, his hat on top of the jar, and his sword extended across the whole.
Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
Downloads: 44
[texts]Save a loaf a week help win the war - Cooper, Fred G.
Poster showing drawing of a hand slicing a loaf of bread.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
Downloads: 23
[texts]Increase the nation's food supply the farmer's opportunity for National Service -- join the Army of food producers : raise a war crop (Volume 6) - Meyer, A. J.
Large poster with a graphic showing a US flag with supports, each suggesting farm improvements. A quote from Woodrow Wilson appears in small red font.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
Downloads: 15
[texts]War economy in food, with suggestions and recipes for substitutions in the planning of meals - United States Food Administration

Keywords: Food conservation; World War, 1914-1918 -- Food supply United States
Downloads: 478
[texts]Connecticut State Council of Defense : Committee of Food Supply : United States Food Administration : win the war by service in the home, begin now ... - Hoover, Herbert,

Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
Downloads: 11
[texts]Save seed for victory start right now-in the field : from unknown seed defeat : good seed wins, from home grown, field-selected, well-preserved seed--Victory : Farmers' bulletin 415 gives information on selecting and savings seed corn, the kind that produces victory crops
A large color poster with artist print of two corn fields: a failed crop inserted into a much larger print of a bountiful corn field.
Keywords: Corn Seeds Selection Posters; Gene banks, Plant Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States
Downloads: 18
[texts]An American farm the owner is serving our country by increasing the production of pork on his farm this year
Small poster with US flag across the top and a black and white photograph of a hog at the bottom. A form used by the county agent to register hog production and pork products.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Swine Productivity United States Posters
Downloads: 14
[texts]Plant corn corn must help win the war : plant more corn ... : the winter wheat crop is short ... : eat more corn less wheat
Poster all text in black font.
Keywords: Corn United States; Corn as food United States; World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States
Downloads: 11
[texts]Help Uncle Sam put your corn in a silo and save millions of dollars : a silo saves food for stock as the can saves for man : buy, ship, erect early

Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Corn Preservation Posters; Silos Posters
Downloads: 15
[texts]Eat more cottage cheese you'll need less meat
Poster shows black and white photographs of cottage cheese, cows, a pig, a lamb, and a chicken.
Keywords: Food supply United States; Cottage cheese United States; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States
Downloads: 13
[texts]The man behind the plow is the man behind the man behind the gun - Houston, David Franklin,
Small poster with extensive text and black and white drawing showing a man plowing with horses.
Keywords: Farmers United States Citizen participation Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
Downloads: 17
[texts]A & P potato week Mr. Hoover says -- every American must eat many extra potatoes this year -- and thus save wheat for our boys at the front - Hoover, Herbert,
Large poster with text in blue font. A round shield with a stars and stripes coat-of-arms" surrounded by wheat sheaves."
Keywords: Potatoes United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; War posters, American
Downloads: 23
[texts]Orange and blue food stamps redeemed here we are helping the farmers of America move surplus foods - Pollack, H. Wm.,
Small color poster in red, white and blue shows line drawings a farmer, merchant and consumer.
Keywords: Food stamps United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
Downloads: 12
[texts]We have a war garden
A shovel in the middle, with letters in green with white background
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; War posters, American; Victory gardens Posters
Downloads: 24
[texts]Keep good food out of your garbage pail and kitchen sink don't feed high-priced human food to hogs or chickens : waste no food!
Poster with extensive text printed in black and red font.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Food conservation United States Posters
Downloads: 24
[texts]War service in the home - United States Food Administration

Keywords: Food conservation -- United States; World War, 1914-1918 -- Food supply United States
Downloads: 162
[texts]Bread, first in war, first in peace the nation's loaf and how we used it in 1916, : this is the loaf that must win the war ... : waste of food is disloyalty, economy of food is patriotism, and production of food is national service
Small poster with two loaves of bread that are being cut with knives. One loaf shows domestic consumption and export data for wheat. Another loaf shows data for food aid to allies and questions domestic food availability.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Bread United States Posters; Food conservation Posters
Downloads: 13
[texts]More better wheat attend wheat improvement meetings

Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Wheat Breeding United States Posters
Downloads: 14
[texts]Uncle Sam hat and potatoes
Graphic poster showing an Uncle Sam hat filled past the brim with potatoes.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Potatoes United States Posters
Downloads: 34
[texts]Can vegetables, fruit and the Kaiser too
Three jars pictured against a tin can; small jars are labeled "Tomatoes" and "Peas"; larger jar in the middle labeled "Monarch Brand Unsweetened" shows the Kaiser’s head in the jar, his hat on top of the jar, and his sword extended across the whole.
Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Canning and preserving United States Posters
Downloads: 58
[texts]We can : can vegetables, fruit and the Kaiser too
Three jars pictured against a tin can; small jars are labeled "Tomatoes" and "Peas"; larger jar in the middle labeled "Kaiser Brand Unsweetened" shows the Kaiser’s head in the jar, his hat on top of the jar, and his sword extended across the whole. In green and white.
Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Canning and preserving United States Posters
Downloads: 76
[texts]The Nation needs corn to make into bread--to turn into meat and milk : cultivate your corn ... : put production of food crops first ... : produce the largest yield possible ..
Poster with extensive text. Three photographs show farmers using horses for planting. USDA recommends farmers request Farmers' Bulletin No. 773 Corn growing under droughty conditions.
Keywords: Corn United States Posters; World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
Downloads: 19
[texts]Food questions answered - United States Food Administration

Keywords: United States Food Administration; World War, 1914-1918 -- Food supply United States; Rationing -- United States
Downloads: 413
[texts]A study of price control by the United States food administration - Bartley, Joseph Charles, 1893-
Thesis (PH.D.)--Catholic university of America, 1922
Keywords: Prices -- United States; World War, 1914-1918 -- Food supply United States
Downloads: 489
[texts]Conference of representatives of the grain trade of the United States, held under the auspices of the United States Food Administration Grain Corporation at the Chamber of Commerce of the state of New York, New York, April 30th, 1918 - Conference of Representatives of the Grain Trade of the United States (1919 : New York, N.Y.)

Keywords: Grain trade -- United States; World War, 1914-1918 -- Food supply United States
Downloads: 162
[texts]The war garden victorious - Pack, Charles Lathrop, 1857-1937

Keywords: Vegetable gardening -- United States; World War, 1914-1918 -- Food supply United States
Downloads: 1,362
[texts]Food conservation train interesting instructive educational ... food Conservation operated under the auspices of Penna. Dept. of Food Supply, Penna. State College, U.S. Food Administration ... admission is free no children
Large poster all text, blue font on white background. Invites Pennsylvania residents to an exhibit and demonstration of food conservation in a train.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Food conservation United States Posters; Food conservation United States Exhibitions Posters
Downloads: 10
[texts]Raise a war crop multiplies production and reduces labor costs and requirements - Teneyck, A. M.
Black and white poster with extensive text, and four photographs showing farmers with farming equipment and machinery.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Crops United States Posters; Farm equipment United States Posters
Downloads: 8
[texts]Last call for war bread the Georgia farmers for the most part have given a hearty response ... : it is not too late to grow the following crops this year ... save everything this year ... the man behind the plow is as important as the man behind the gun Do your bit"--Georgia farmers" (Volume no. 15)
Large black and white poster with extensive text, one photograph, a drawing of a soldier and a US flag,
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Food crops Georgia Posters; Farmers Georgia Citizen participation Posters
Downloads: 13
[texts]Grow more wheat it is safe and profitable : a good crop of wheat should be planted this fall over all the western and Piedmont Section of the state ... : see wheat will be scarce and high at planting time, be sure of your feed now (Volume no. 6)

Keywords: Wheat North Carolina Posters; Wheat Piedmont (U.S. : Region) Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
Downloads: 16
[texts]Son! do you know that your seed corn will grow?" : get your seed corn now ... : corn is Illinois greatest crop ... : prices for corn ... "
Large color poster with illustration showing Uncle Sam talking to a farmer walking behind a plow pulled by horses. Prominent illustration of corn on upper left. An eagle with US shield in its talons on upper right. Banner: State Council of Defense. Text under illustrations.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Corn Preharvest sprouting United States Posters; Corn Prices United States Posters
Downloads: 14
[texts]This farm is pledged to produce a generous share of food and feed crops 1. For local use ... 2. For marketing ...
Small color poster on card stock for window display by farms that pledged to increase food production in Tennessee. Small drawing at the bottom shows a farmer harvesting with horses.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; War posters, American; Farm produce United States Posters
Downloads: 25
[texts]War gardening and home storage of vegetables. - Victory ed. 1919.

Keywords: Vegetable gardening United States; Farm produce Storage; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States; Food conservation
Downloads: 6
[texts]Win the next war now
An advertisement for food preservation for war purposes: a woman dressed in stars and stripes holding a jar of preserved food, and surrounded by colorful vegetables.
Keywords: Canning and preserving Posters; World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Food Preservation United States Posters
Downloads: 83
[texts]Why is it necessary to eat less meat and less wheat bread? : what the food situation is ... eat plenty, wisely, without waste, and help win the war
Poster showing lengthy text, explaining the need to conserve meat, wheat, fats, sugar, and coal.
Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Food conservation United States Posters; War posters American
Downloads: 78
[texts]War time control of distribution of foods, a short history of the Distribution division of the United States Food administration, its personnel and achievements - Merritt, Albert N. (Albert Newton), b. 1878

Keywords: United States Food Administration. Distribution Division; World War, 1914-1918 -- Food supply United States; Food supply -- United States
Downloads: 294
[texts]Can all you can : food thrift -- your patriotic gift
Poster showing a woman with pots, pans and canning jars while canning.
Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Canning and preserving United States Posters; Food conservation United States Posters
Downloads: 116
[texts]War gardens over the top The seeds of victory insure the fruits of peace - Barney, Maginel Wright,
Poster shows boy with hoe chasing fleeing vegetables to illustrate the success of growing food in local victory gardens. Part of the National War Garden Commission's campaign to encourage Americans to raise more food and free resources for the United States military needs in World War I.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Victory gardens United States Posters; War posters, American
Downloads: 43
[texts]Food don't waste it
Poster all text. Lists six ways to conserve food by the Pennsylvania Department of Food Supply: 1-buy it with thought; 2-cook it with care; 3-serve just enough; 4--save what will keep; 5--eat what would spoil; 6--home-grown is best.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Food conservation United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Economic aspects
Downloads: 32
[texts]Are you a victory canner?
Poster showing an allegorical female figure (draped in a U.S. flag) surrounded by produce both before and after canning.
Keywords: World War 1914-1918 United States Posters; World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Canning and preserving Posters
Downloads: 80
[texts]Save the products of the land--Eat more fish-they feed themselves United States Food Administration - Bull, Charles Livingston,
The poster depicts an underwater view of brown fish swimming among seaweed. Pink letters on green background.
Keywords: Food supply United States Posters; War posters, American; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Fish as food United States Posters
Downloads: 20
[texts]You can help prevent food shortage in U.S. every family should have a good garden : every farm a big patch of potatoes and beans
Small poster, all text.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Citizen participation Posters; Vegetable gardening United States Citizen participation Posters; Livestock United States Posters
Downloads: 21
[texts]Poultry increase the production, supply home needs and have some to sell ... : keep the best pullets for next year's layers : healthy fowls pay : protect them from pests and diseases ... : ask your county home demonstration agent or write Minnie Floyd, Poultry Club Agent, Tallahassee, Fla (Volume no. 1)

Keywords: Poultry United States Posters; Poultry Productivity United States Posters; Poultry farms Economic aspects United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
Downloads: 9
[texts]Eat potatoes and save wheat
Letters are in red, blue with the white background.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Wheat War use United States Posters; Food preferences United States Posters; War posters, American
Downloads: 13
[texts]The country needs you to help harvest the corn lock your desk, close your door and do your part : apply to your county agent or agricultural college
Large color poster with illustration showing a man with gray hair looking out a window filled with corn crops and the U.S. flag. A farmer sits nearby. Also shown is an empty barrel and food on a table.
Keywords: Corn Harvesting time United States Citizen participation Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; War posters, American United States
Downloads: 18
[texts]Do not sell laying laying hens save the 30 eggs or more, laid by the average hen from February to May, do not sell the laying hen, all spring she will be turning insects, weeds, garbage, and waste into eggs for the nation ... : it's both patriotic and profitable to keep the laying hen
Poster with red and black letters, a photograph of a hen on a nest, captioned Keep the laying hen
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Hens Economic aspects United States Posters; Eggs Economic aspects United States Posters
Downloads: 22
[texts]Food. 1-buy it with thought, 2-cook it with care, 3-use less wheat and meat, 4-buy local foods, 5-serve just enough, 6- use what is left. Don't waste it - Cooper, Fred G.
Poster designed by fgc [Fred G. Cooper] with text printed in black, and numbers and rule lines in red.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Posters; War posters, American
Downloads: 21
[texts]Help feed yourself : make back yards and vacant lots productive
First photo:Seven children tending a home garden; second photo: a woman tends chicken
Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Agriculture United States Citizen participation Posters; World War 1914-1918 Economic aspects
Downloads: 68
[texts]"Good eats" dry! can! pickle! Preserve! : why not ... : everybody's slogan "Eat freely of perishable products and sparingly of staple" (Volume no. 18)
Small poster all text. Blue and red font.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Arizona Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Food conservation United States Posters
Downloads: 27
[texts]Farmers! Housewives! Children! : the President of the United States appeals to you personally : these extracts from the address of President Wilson should be read carefully by every one who produces or can produce food and by all who consume food
Six black and white photographs of various aspects of farm life, with text in red and black.
Keywords: World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Crop yields United States Posters; Vegetable gardening United States Posters; World War 1914-1918 United States Posters
Downloads: 71
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